Protected area of Jupar Mountain

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Jupar protected area is located south of Kerman city and is considered as the natural attraction of this province. The protected area of ​​Mount Jupar flows north to Mahan and Jupar cities, west to Bahramjard village and southwest to Kerman Bam Railway.

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  • Address : Iran - Kerman - Jupar 43 km south of Kerman city

The lowest point of the protected area of Mount Jupar, with a height of 1800 meters above sea level and the highest point, is the height of three horns with a height of 3000 meters above sea level.

  • Specific information

    The protected area of Mount Jupar has a high mountain range of Jupar with a height of more than 3000 meters in the center of the region, and plain areas in the southwest and west of the region, as well as having a lush forest and rangeland, one of the best pristine areas. Is prone to Kerman province.
  • Outlook

    Tall and rocky altitudes of the area are a good habitat for the whole and wild goats and other animals of altitude, and lower altitudes, as well as plains and hills, are a very habitable habitat for rams, deer and other animals.
  • Best time

    The protected area of Mount Jupar has a relatively moderate climate and has high snow and cold winters.
  • More Info

    The water resources of the protected area of Mount Jupar include: New Spring, Fountain of Khangheston, Baharestan Spring, Fountain of Hosein Abad, Brass Springs, Fountain of Bidou, Cheshme Trejgan, Zarshche Fountain, Fountain of Bidstone, Three Horn Springs, Flowing Water of Three Horn Heights , Ghannat Qalandari and Qanat Mohammad Abad. From the panoramas of the area, you can name the nest in the high mountains of the Jupar mountains, where there is a lot of willow trees inside the mouth. The snowy fields and the many fountains with vegetation and forest are unique in the region. Social status of the region: This region is considered as one of the region's villages in the city of Kerman. In summer, about 20 households live in villages and fields for livelihoods, and migrate to Mahan or neighboring villages in the winter. Occupation and livelihood of most local communities inside and outside the agricultural and livestock sector. The main dependence of local communities is on agriculture, livestock and because of the good weather conditions of the area, and some people are also in the region for leisure, leisure and leisure activities. There is only one religious center inside the area known as the Biblical Grammar shrine.

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